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i just realized that colbert will never fill his better know a district map now :(

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"We were both really tired one night," McKinnon explains, "and I just said to Aidy, ‘Man, dyke is tired,’ and Aidy said, ‘Fats is tired, too.’ And then it became our beautiful thing that we had together and we wanted to make something out of it," McKinnon says. 

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“Procrastination is not the problem. It is the solution. It is the universe’s way of saying stop, slow down, you move too fast. Listen to the music. Whoa whoa, listen to the music. Because music makes the people come together, it makes the bourgeois and the rebel. So come on people now, smile on your brother, everybody try to love one another. Because what the world needs now is love, sweet love. And I know that love is a battlefield, but boogie on reggae woman because you’re gonna make it after all. So celebrate good times, come on. I’ve gotta stop I’ve gotta come to my senses, I’ve been out riding fences for so long… oops I did it again… um… What I’m trying to say is, if you leave tonight and you don’t remember anything else that I’ve said, leave here and remember this: Procrastinate now, don’t put it off.” - Ellen Degeneres

ericleeeeeee replied to your post: So I decided my space sitcom is going …

This is a funny idea

I’m kind of a champion of the idea that if a show is futuristic or in a setting that is essentially ‘out of this world,’ then it’s a good idea to have an anchor character. I’ve been trying to think of how someone like that would fit into this show. Futurama already did the whole character from the modern day time travel thing. But like, for instance, Doctor Who has it’s companions who are (mostly) always from the modern day because they represent us, the viewer, asking the questions and trying to understand a world they’re not used to. Granted this woman will be used to this world but like all old people she’ll constantly be questioning and criticizing it from the point of view of a millennial. 

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So I decided my space sitcom is going to have a woman who is the great-great grandmother of one of the travelers. Because of the advancement of the science of aging, she is in her 120s but has the body and mind of a 60-70 year old. She is a 90’s kid. And she will constantly be ragging on everyone because they weren’t true 90s kids (even though they technically are - they’re 2090s kids). She insists that everyone call her Grandma Moses because her real name is something like Ashley or Brittany or some shit.